My question involves a child custody case from the State of: WA
My x and I have been divorced since march 05, the parenting plan has been in effect since two years prior. Our Daughter was not school age when the parenting plan was drafted, as a result in the section labeled school age children it only says reserved.
My x has declared that I have no parental time during the school year, and she now dictating to me when I may see my child. I have consulted the police, and naturally they did not want to involve themselves in a civil legal matter. I have heard that even since the parenting plan appears to be "expired" in this section, the plan and parental plan times are still valid and enforceable.
My question is this: Is there a law I can quote that states what I've heard.
I know that the parenting plan needs updating, the x refuses mediation, she says she likes it the way it is, I have no money, I'm unemployed, certainly cannot afford a lawyer, and having to go through the court facilitator my daughter would be 18 by the time I saw a judge.... she's 9 now. So I think my only hope is to find a legal foot to stand on and pester the prosecuting attorney until they do their job.
Thanks in advance for any help.